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TS1---Composite Facelifts Simplified through Modern Understanding of Deep Plane (spaces and ligaments) Anatomy - A Cadaver Workshop


 

Per session, Total Surveyed: 34
QuestionSession: TS1 - Composite Facelifts Simplified through Modern Understanding of Deep Plane (spaces and ligaments) Anatomy - A Cadaver Workshop-Instructional Course Evaluation 2018 - Teaching Courses
 
1. This course will enhance my professional effectiveness:
AnswerCount
  34
Strongly Agree27
Agree7

Mean Value% Yes
  
4.79 
2. The use/mention of a brand is OK if it is evidence-based or includes alternative brands to advance outcomes. But were there any speakers who promoted commercial products above patient safety and evidence-based outcomes?
AnswerCount
  34
No34

Mean Value% Yes
  
  
3. Would you recommend the course for future meetings?
AnswerCount
  34
Yes34

Mean Value% Yes
  
 100
4. Upon which areas will you be implementing a new Surgical strategy based on what you learned?
AnswerCount
  53
Patient Safety (Surgical)9
Face (Surgical)32
Breast (Surgical)2
Body (Surgical)2
Eyes (Surgical)6
Nose (Surgical)1
No New Surgical Strategies1

Mean Value% Yes
  
  
5. Upon which areas will you be implementing a new Non-Surgical strategy based on what you learned?
AnswerCount
  41
Patient Safety (Non-Surgical)8
Face (Non-Surgical)15
Eyes (Non-Surgical)2
Other1
No New Non-Surgical Strategies15

Mean Value% Yes
  
  
Answers to open-ended questions:
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2.1 If Yes above, please explain what the selected speaker promoted beyond evidence, safety and outcomes:      
6. Please provide your ideas for new courses, any faculty you would like us to consider, and any comments, positive or negative, about this course and/or instructor[s]. GREAT COURSE! / excellent course/ Great faculty/ great, hands-on, cadaver dissection and didactic co